Here’s how to check your bank account balance with a missed call
New Delhi | Jagran Business Office: The whole world, including India, is currently grappling with the coronavirus pandemic, which is why lockdowns have been imposed in several parts of the country. This resulted in people not being able to contact the bank branch to update their passbook. In this difficult phase, there are many people who do not even know the exact amount that is currently deposited in their bank account even though our bank account balance can be checked very easily.
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Free numbers have been published by almost every bank in the country, with the help of which information about rupees deposited into their account can be easily obtained while staying at home. Many banks have also issued numbers where current account balance information is received via message only through missed call. However, it is mandatory that the mobile number is registered with the bank.
Here are toll free numbers from a list of banks – State Bank of India, Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Axis Bank, Private Sector Largest HDFC Bank, ICICI Bank, etc.
Find balance with these numbers
State Bank of India (SBI) – 09223766666, 1800112211
Bank of India (BOI) – 9015135135
Bank of Maharashtra (BOM) – 9222281818
Axis Bank – 18004195959
Canara Bank – 09015734734, 09015483483
HDFC Bank (HDFC) – 18002703333, 18002703355
ICICI Bank (ICICI) – 9594612612
National Bank of Punjab (PNB) – 01202303090, 18001802222, 18001802223
UCO Bank – 9278792787
Dena Bank – 09278656677, 09289356677
Union Bank of India (UBI) – 09223008586
Baroda Bank (BOB) – 8468001111
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In addition to that, you can know your account details by sending messages or logging into apps like Paytm, a dedicated banking app, Phonepe, Google Pay, among others.
Posted by: James kuanal